^A son of the man elected in 1661 - see Edward M. Furgol, ‘Trevor, Marcus , first Viscount Dungannon (1618–1670)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, May 2008 accessed 15 May 2014
"In the co. of Down, May-day was the county court day for the election, which the sheriff held at Newry, at which day the sheriff proceeding to the election, moved the freeholders to choose Sir Richard Wingfield and Sir James Hamilton, being recommended to him by the Lord Deputy; but the natives named Sir Arthur Magenisse and Rowland Savage; whereupon all the British freeholders, being 131, cried “Hamilton and Montgomery”, omitting Wingfield; and the Irish, to the number of 101, cried “Magenisse and Savage”. Exception being presently taken to divers of the British for want of freehold, 14 were examined on oath by the sheriff and deposed they were freeholders, and thereupon the sheriff returned Hamilton and Montgomery; to which some of the Irish made objections, which were found partly untrue, and partly frivolous."
^Irish patent rolls of James I; facsimile of the Irish Record Commission's calendar prepared prior to 1830. Author:Great Britain. Commissioners on the Public Records of Ireland.; Irish Manuscripts Commission. Publisher: Dublin, Stationery Off. for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1966. P 397